The easy and quick way to get to Pflasterspektakel. Once you’ve arrived the festival site, we recommend to park your bike at one of the numerous bicycle parking lots! When there is a large crowd, bicycles can become a tripping hazard and a source of danger. Please pay attention when riding the bike, since the city centre is a huge pedestrian zone during Pflasterspektakel.

You can reach the city centre with several bus connections and the tram. During the festival, rail replacement buses will be in service on THU & FRI from 4 p.m. and on SA from 3 p.m. In the Promenade area a detour for bus routes 26, 27 and 192 is active.

LINZ AG LINIEN timetable & routes

Tip: Arrive before the start of the rail replacement service!

Linz Central Station & Station Linz/Urfahr (Mühlkreisbahn train station)

Regional Buses
OÖVV – Der Verkehrsbund OÖ timetable

International Bus Connections

Coming from Salzburg and Vienna: the A1 Westautobahn-motorway, exit Linz/Zentrum.
Coming from Prague and Freistadt on the A7 Mühlkreisautobahn-motorway, exit Linz/Hafenstraße.
Coming from Regensburg and Passau on the A8 Innkreisautobahn-motorway to the A1, exit Linz/Zentrum or toll-free along the Danube on the B127.

Note: On Austrian motorways a toll, “vignette”, is compulsory!

You can find a city map of Linz here.
You can find Linz in Google Maps here.